|The Red Wind|
|by Ian Macmillian|
In The Red Wind, Ian MacMillan writes vividly of Hawaiian family life on windward Oahu in postwar Hawaii.
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Cut up cabbage and green onions. Mix up together. Crush Ramen noodles and add ... ingredients for dressing. Chill. Add dressing a few hours before serving. (Marie)
Shred Napa cabbage (can be found ... mix. Top with lightly crushed package of Ramen noodles. This salad does not keep well, eat the same day you make it.
Brown sesame seed, ... ingredients. Chill until serving time. Depending on the size of the head of Napa cabbage this recipe will fill a large 2 to 4 quart bowl.
Broil almonds and sesame seeds (watch closely). Mix sugar, vinegar, oil and dried soup mix. Toss everything including dried crumbled noodles just ...
Cool and mix with above. Mix dressing with cabbage by hand.
Mix dressing ingredients together. Pour over cabbage, almonds, sunflower ... noodles, breaking noodles up with a fork. Dress about 1/2 hour before serving.
Toast sesame seeds in 325 degree oven until light brown. Right before serving mix the first 4 ingredients with the last 4 dressing ingredients. Add ...
Combine cabbage and onions. Brown ... brown. Combine dressing ingredients and mix well. Add almonds, noodles, sesame seeds and dressing right before serving.
Mix ingredients. Make dressing to pour over salad: 2 tbsp. sugar 3 tbsp. vinegar 1/2 c. oil 1/2 tsp. salt 1 tsp. Accent
Crush Ramen noodles. Mix together cabbage, onions, sesame ... to slaw and mix well. (This can also be prepared and refrigerated the day before serving).
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